Arturo Sotto | Cuba | 2014 | Fiction | 100 min NY PREMIERE
Directors Guild Theatre – April 9 @ 6:30PM – OPENING NIGHT  BUY TICKETS
 – Director present for Q&A
Museum of the Moving Image – April 12 @ 7:00PM
 – Director present for Q&A


Boccaccio in Havana intertwines three stories through a main thread: a writer’s room where people go to share anecdotes hoping to make some money and become characters of a novel or a movie. An urban Boccaccio, a Havana Decameron; the film exudes sensuality, irreverence and hidden passions.




Arturo Sotto is a Cuban writer, screenwriter and film director. He is a graduate from ISA (Higher Institute of Art) and EICTV (International School of Film and TV in San Antonio de los Baños). He was nominated twice for the Goya Award with Pon tu pensamiento en mí and Amor Vertical, films that represented Cuba at the Academy Awards. His short Talco para lo negro received prizes at La Habana, Huelva and Vitoria festivals. Amor Vertical was awarded best actress and best actor at Cartagena de Indias and Viña del Mar festivals, respectively. La Noche de los inocente was awarded the Jury Prize at Biarritz festival. He has published two volumes, Conversaciones al lado de Cinecittá (Ediciones ICAIC) and Caro Diario (Ediciones Unión).